MAY 2013: Animals Australia's first investigation in Malaysia has uncovered yet again that live export rules are being broken in a major export market. This time, goats are the victims of this cruel trade. Make your voice heard to help put an end to their suffering.
MAY 2013: Animals Australia investigators have gathered damning evidence from Egypt, showing Australian cattle being subjected to brutal treatment in the country's only two accredited abattoirs.
FEB 2013: New evidence has revealed that Australian sheep were still being illegally sold into a notorious Kuwait livestock market five months after Animals Australia first alerted authorities to the problem. Make your voice heard to end this cruelty!
JAN 2013: The long sea journey to Mauritius is already one of the most gruelling for Australian exported animals. So when heavily pregnant cattle were illegally shipped to this island nation, the repercussions were dire.
DEC 2012: An Australian Government investigation has utterly failed to protect animals, following last year's shocking expose of brutal cruelty inflicted on Australian cattle in Israel. But Australian animals still have you.
OCT 2012: Discover the truth about the biggest live export disaster in history. As seen on Four Corners , 21,000 Australian sheep were brutally slaughtered in Pakistan; a country to which they were never intended to be exported.
SEP 2012: Brave whistleblowers exposed the horrific neglect of dairy cattle and sheep exported to Qatar, but no one has been held accountable — the tragic consequences of a system that completely overlooks 'breeding' animals.
SEP 2012: As exposed on ABC's Lateline, one of the most notoriously cruel market places in the Middle East became the scene of yet another shocking breach of new live export regulations.
FEB 2012: Despite new 'safeguards' introduced after Animals Australia’s first investigation in Indonesia, the cruel treatment of Australian cattle was once again documented in Indonesian slaughterhouses.
AUG 2011: Animals Australia’s first investigation in Turkey revealed once again the cruel treatment to which exporters are prepared to send animals. Hundreds of thousands of Australian sheep and cattle had been supplied to Turkey where cruel handling and slaughter methods were routine.
MAY 2011: Animals Australia's first investigation in Indonesia - as shown on Four Corners - exposed the routine, widespread and brutal treatment of Australian cattle. The level of industry knowledge and complicity revealed a damning picture of the live export trade and led to sweeping reforms of the entire industry.
From 2003 to 2010 Animals Australia conducted a total of nine live export investigations in Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Oman, and Bahrain. Evidence of routine and shocking cruelty was provided to Government and industry, and exposed on programs such as 60 Minutes, 7.30 Report and A Current Affair.